Video yearbooks, if still not exactly a commonplace on the education scene, are certainly not the high-tech innovation they once were. Even so, some schools this season are taking the video yearbook to a whole new level, preparing for that stroll down memory lane via montage slideshows and wireless delivery to student picture phones. It's video yearbook version 2.0, you might say.

As a supplement to their traditional print yearbooks, many students this spring are taking home slickly produced digital versions for their computers and DVD players. These second-generation high-tech supplements include slide shows set

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